Calendar

Oct
8
Thu
ACEL Benefit for the Hipp @ First Magnitude Brewery
Oct 8 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
ACEL Benefit for the Hipp @ First Magnitude Brewery | Gainesville | Florida | United States

 
This month Alachua County Emerging Leaders partners with First Magnitude Brewery to support the arts! #ACELHH

For a $10 donation at the door, you support the Hippodrome Theatre, get your first beer on the house, and half a buck off the rest of your drinks for the night! Not only that, you also get a raffle ticket for a seat at our upcoming ACEL Night at the Hippodrome

Nov
9
Mon
Le Mois du Documentaire
Nov 9 all-day

The France Florida Research Institute with the support of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy presents Le Mois du Documentaire / Month of the Documentary

Come this November to Hippodrome Cinema and UF Library West to watch a variety of French produced documentaries.

Cendres – Ashes
Dir. Idrissa Guiro & Mélanie Pavy (France-Senegal 2014, 75 min.) Subtitled
Monday 9 November, 5:30-7pm, Hippodrome Theatre

 


Le son d’Elsa / Elsa’s Sound
Dir. Yves Comeliau (France 2013, 70 min.) Subtitled
Thursday 12 November, 4-5:45, UF Library West 212

 


Les Chèvres de ma mère / My Mother’s Goats
Dir. Sophie Audier (France 2014, 97 min.) Subtitled
Monday 16 November, 5:30-7pm, Hippodrome Theatre

 


Garçon boucher/Butcher boy
Dir. Florian Geyer (France 2013, 49 min.) Subtitled
Thursday 19 November, 2014:5-6pm, Library West 2012

 

 

Free and open to the public

For more information please contact Dr Sylvie Blum (sylblum@ufl.edu) or visit the

France Florida Research Institute

Nov
12
Thu
Le Mois du Documentaire
Nov 12 all-day

The France Florida Research Institute with the support of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy presents Le Mois du Documentaire / Month of the Documentary

Come this November to Hippodrome Cinema and UF Library West to watch a variety of French produced documentaries.

Cendres – Ashes
Dir. Idrissa Guiro & Mélanie Pavy (France-Senegal 2014, 75 min.) Subtitled
Monday 9 November, 5:30-7pm, Hippodrome Theatre

 


Le son d’Elsa / Elsa’s Sound
Dir. Yves Comeliau (France 2013, 70 min.) Subtitled
Thursday 12 November, 4-5:45, UF Library West 212

 


Les Chèvres de ma mère / My Mother’s Goats
Dir. Sophie Audier (France 2014, 97 min.) Subtitled
Monday 16 November, 5:30-7pm, Hippodrome Theatre

 


Garçon boucher/Butcher boy
Dir. Florian Geyer (France 2013, 49 min.) Subtitled
Thursday 19 November, 2014:5-6pm, Library West 2012

 

 

Free and open to the public

For more information please contact Dr Sylvie Blum (sylblum@ufl.edu) or visit the

France Florida Research Institute

Nov
14
Sat
The Internet Cat Video Festival
Nov 14 all-day
The Internet Cat Video Festival

 

The Internet’s (and Gainesville’s) Most Meowvelous Moment – And You Are There!

The Internet Cat Video Festival

Saturday, November 14th
Family show 2:30PM
Matinee show 4:25PM
Evening show 6:20PM
VIP reception & show 8:15PM

Strut over to the Hippodrome Theatre for this pawstigious event on Saturday, November 14, but don’t cause a feline frenzy! Your ticket will guarantee you a reserved seat in the theater for your showing of choice, entertainment, art-cativities and access to a cozy, classy refuge known as The Basement where you can hide from the pawpurrazzi and nosh on noms. The 2015 video reel features approximately 100 internet cat videos culled from nominations by the public in the categories of Comedy, Drama, Animated, Musical, Action, Vintage, and Documentary. We also have a special celebrity guest, internet cat videomaker and human servant to celebrity cats, Cole and Marmalade, Chris Poole. Join him for a meet ‘n’ greet in The Basement.

Given that the Internet as we know it would literally not exist without cat videos, no serious cat-lover can afford to miss this program! Curated by the Walker Art Center of Minneapolis, it’s an important cultural experience as well as an opportunity to rub whiskers with your favorite cat-loving nonprofit, Operation Catnip.

It’s guaranteed to be as much fun as it’s legal to have in Florida. You have our paw on it!

General admission $15
UF and Santa Fe students $12
VIP tickets are available at the Operation Catnip office (4205 NW 6th St, Gainesville, FL.). Please call them at (352) 380-0940 for more information.
Seating is limited

70 min | G

Downtown Festival & Art Show
Nov 14 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Downtown Festival & Art Show

North Florida’s art scene swings into high gear on Saturday and Sunday, November 14 and 15, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with the arrival of the highly acclaimed Downtown Festival & Art Show. The streets of historic downtown Gainesville, from City Hall to the Hippodrome State Theatre will be transformed into a celebration of art and creativity complete with live music, performing arts and a spectacular array of food. More than 100,000 art lovers will fill the streets to enjoy and purchase one-of-a-kind artwork. The festival features 240 local and national artists displaying original oils and acrylics, vibrant watercolors, unique sculptures, dazzling jewelry, decorative ceramics and vivid photography. Children can create their own art at the Imagination Station, a free hands-on art activity area including sidewalk-chalk drawing, painting, mask design, puppet creation, clay sculpting and interactive entertainment. For music lovers enjoy continuous, live entertainment on four stages by local bands, solo musicians and dance companies.

See us at our table in front of the Hipp!

Nov
15
Sun
Downtown Festival & Art Show
Nov 15 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Downtown Festival & Art Show

North Florida’s art scene swings into high gear on Saturday and Sunday, November 14 and 15, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with the arrival of the highly acclaimed Downtown Festival & Art Show. The streets of historic downtown Gainesville, from City Hall to the Hippodrome State Theatre will be transformed into a celebration of art and creativity complete with live music, performing arts and a spectacular array of food. More than 100,000 art lovers will fill the streets to enjoy and purchase one-of-a-kind artwork. The festival features 240 local and national artists displaying original oils and acrylics, vibrant watercolors, unique sculptures, dazzling jewelry, decorative ceramics and vivid photography. Children can create their own art at the Imagination Station, a free hands-on art activity area including sidewalk-chalk drawing, painting, mask design, puppet creation, clay sculpting and interactive entertainment. For music lovers enjoy continuous, live entertainment on four stages by local bands, solo musicians and dance companies.

See us at our table in front of the Hipp!

Nov
16
Mon
Le Mois du Documentaire
Nov 16 all-day

The France Florida Research Institute with the support of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy presents Le Mois du Documentaire / Month of the Documentary

Come this November to Hippodrome Cinema and UF Library West to watch a variety of French produced documentaries.

Cendres – Ashes
Dir. Idrissa Guiro & Mélanie Pavy (France-Senegal 2014, 75 min.) Subtitled
Monday 9 November, 5:30-7pm, Hippodrome Theatre

 


Le son d’Elsa / Elsa’s Sound
Dir. Yves Comeliau (France 2013, 70 min.) Subtitled
Thursday 12 November, 4-5:45, UF Library West 212

 


Les Chèvres de ma mère / My Mother’s Goats
Dir. Sophie Audier (France 2014, 97 min.) Subtitled
Monday 16 November, 5:30-7pm, Hippodrome Theatre

 


Garçon boucher/Butcher boy
Dir. Florian Geyer (France 2013, 49 min.) Subtitled
Thursday 19 November, 2014:5-6pm, Library West 2012

 

 

Free and open to the public

For more information please contact Dr Sylvie Blum (sylblum@ufl.edu) or visit the

France Florida Research Institute

Nov
19
Thu
Le Mois du Documentaire
Nov 19 all-day

The France Florida Research Institute with the support of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy presents Le Mois du Documentaire / Month of the Documentary

Come this November to Hippodrome Cinema and UF Library West to watch a variety of French produced documentaries.

Cendres – Ashes
Dir. Idrissa Guiro & Mélanie Pavy (France-Senegal 2014, 75 min.) Subtitled
Monday 9 November, 5:30-7pm, Hippodrome Theatre

 


Le son d’Elsa / Elsa’s Sound
Dir. Yves Comeliau (France 2013, 70 min.) Subtitled
Thursday 12 November, 4-5:45, UF Library West 212

 


Les Chèvres de ma mère / My Mother’s Goats
Dir. Sophie Audier (France 2014, 97 min.) Subtitled
Monday 16 November, 5:30-7pm, Hippodrome Theatre

 


Garçon boucher/Butcher boy
Dir. Florian Geyer (France 2013, 49 min.) Subtitled
Thursday 19 November, 2014:5-6pm, Library West 2012

 

 

Free and open to the public

For more information please contact Dr Sylvie Blum (sylblum@ufl.edu) or visit the

France Florida Research Institute

Dec
1
Tue
Giving Tuesday
Dec 1 all-day

givingtues

Join us this Tuesday, December 1st, for our inaugural Giving Tuesday event.

Our favorite celebrities are answering the phones for your donation.

Call Tuesday to start the tradition of giving to the Hipp and receive extra incentives like tote bags and gift cards!

Phone: 352-373-5968

Jan
10
Sun
PANEL DISCUSSION- My Memory, Your Money Maker: Ethics of Journalism and Creative Writing
Jan 10 all-day
PANEL DISCUSSION- My Memory, Your Money Maker:  Ethics of Journalism and Creative Writing

Sunday, January 10, following the 2:00 p.m. performance of Collected Stories.

Panel members will take the stage to discuss ethics and code of conducts in creative writing.

The panel will consist of:

Lauren Caldwell – Collected Stories Director/Hippodrome Theatre’s Artistic Director

Ralf Remshardt – Playwriting Professor, University of Florida’s School of Theatre and Dance

Kim Walsh-Childres – Journalism Ethics Professor

Sven Hanson – Copyright Lawyer at Southern Legal Council

Christine Fruin – Scholarly Communications Librarian

This event is free and open to the public.